Out of all the big new features Apple packed into its game-changing new iPhone X, the phone's stunning edge-to-edge OLED display is easily the biggest. In fact, it's the biggest screen the company has ever packed into an iPhone in its 10-year history. And yet, the iPhone X itself is actually smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus in terms of height and width.
Images of the iPhone X reveal how Apple did it. Instead of putting bezels -- mostly empty space -- at the top and bottom of the screen, the company filled that space with even more display, which Apple has dubbed the Super Retina Display. The designers even killed the Home button you've relied on for years to navigate your phone in favor of the seemingly endless display. In other words, they put even more screen on the phone, but without bloating its overall form factor.